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Map of local Maker resources ( https://bit.ly/MakersOfPhoenix )
This is Phoenix metro's adult Maker community. This meetup group gets you connected with local professional/amateur maker community of life-time learners. If you are into entrepreneurship, 3D tools, electronics, programming, art, food, metal working, wood working, design, or hacking (for good) then this is your meetup.

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Upcoming events (2)

Google Cloud Next ’20: OnAir


Google Cloud Next ’20: OnAir is a 9-week series (Tuesdays) with fresh content each week, showcasing the latest in cloud technology and innovation. It replaces the in-person paid conference with free online content. https://cloud.withgoogle.com/next/sf/ RSVP to this meetup event if you want to join our local study group. Plan your agenda. Build your weekly playlist with keynotes and breakout sessions. Watch new and exclusive Google Cloud content – on your time and at your pace – and go deeper with specific topics relevant to your business. Connect with experts. Join Q&A sessions and book one-on-one meetings with Google experts and developer advocates to get help with solving your business challenges. See the latest tech in action. Immerse yourself in our newest products and solutions in the Digital Showcase. Play games, watch real-world demos, and experience the latest Google Cloud technology. Harness your skills. Expand your expertise with engaging learning sessions, gamified hands-on labs, and live technical sessions with our Google Cloud Developer Relations team. Our sessions offer dynamic content to help you hone your technical skills – no matter your industry, interests, or level of expertise. Explore session topics, such as how-tos with TensorFlow, managing your machine learning models, and more. #GoogleCloudNext

Ignite Phoenix Remote controlled - Episode 1


Ignite Phoenix live show is going online with 3-5 new talks via YouTube Streaming for Episode 1. Ignite Phoenix is an information exchange aimed at fostering and inspiring Phoenix’s creative community. Presenters get 5 minutes and 20 slides to talk about anything they are passionate about. Now more than ever people have things to say and passions to share, so its also a call to submit ideas for more talks. Ignite Phoenix Remote controlled - Episode 1 stream: https://youtu.be/HH6ufKX4KWY https://facebook.com/events/1390701234652437/ https://twitter.com/ignitephoenix Speakers: 1. Evo Terra - Around The World In 1,185 Days 2. Shannon Jelle - What causes anxiety for a new mom? Everything, but it's gonna be ok. 3. Russ Kazmierczak - Green Giants & Peanut Men - America's Mythology In The Kitchen Cupboard Previous Ignite talks on YouTube channel: https://www.ignitephoenix.com https://www.youtube.com/user/IgnitePhoenix Submit you own Talk or Idea! In order for us to keep this rolling, we need your help! We're looking for our amazing Ignite Phoenix community to submit their talk ideas for our new episodes. https://www.ignitephoenix.com/speaking Here are some theme ideas to get you started, but if your passion doesn't fit one of these don't let that stop you! And it does NOT have to be COVID related - anything you care about is fair game! If you have a talk idea for: 1. Apocalypse - Are you prepping for the end of days? Do you know what's going to cause the Apocalypse? Is it going to be a virus (uh oh), or a zombie outbreak? 2. Funky Renovations - We've been at home for a while (do we even know what day it is?) and maybe you have started your own DIY projects. Tell us what inspired you and what you did. 3. Arizona Murals - We are looking for stories about the amazing art that brings so much to our Arizona cities. Whether you painted one, chronicle them, or were inspired by them, we want to know. 4. What's cooking, good looking? - Who would have guessed it would take being quarantined to discover that we could be an awesome chef or an amazing mixologist? 5. Learning and teaching - If we have learned anything during this pandemic it's that we have all had to adjust to new ways of learning. Teachers have had to come up with a digital curriculum, and students have had to adjust to learning at home. But it has also provided us an opportunity to pick up a new skill or dive deeper into something we were interested in already. Just remember, even if you don't have something that fits these themes, we still want your ideas!

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